Uluru is more than a rock in the red centre of Australia. It is the country’s spiritual heart. Believed to be more than 700 million years old, it holds a powerful presence, that has to be seen to be believed – it was not until I jumped off the tour bus to bask in its giant… Continue reading Why Uluru is the heart of Australia
Camping for the first time as an adult is daunting. Especially if your idea of hiking is usually something that gets you back to your hotel room by the afternoon so you can nap. (OK I don’t nap, but watching TV doesn’t have the same ring to it) And so I found myself going camping… Continue reading How to survive your first camping trip as an adult
1. Your ipad is NOT for taking photos on your holiday. Yes, we know it has a camera on it – but that doesn’t mean it is for taking shots standing in front of the Leaning tower of Pisa or the Eiffel Tower, blocking the shots of everyone standing behind you. Plus, you are basically alerting… Continue reading 5 DONTS of travelling with gadgets
As I sit at Sydney international airport I can’t help but see how far tech-toys have become ‘the norm’ when it comes to the casual traveller – those that travel overseas once every few years. Spanning the terminal, the tables are awash with gadgets: tablets are so 2011, macs and assorted laptops are now taking… Continue reading Random thoughts of a casual traveller
My happy place is a rainforest setting, with a tranquil river flowing and sunlight breaking through the trees. I make it a point to get away each year to somewhere that resembles my happy place – my favourite being the Blue Mountains.
Most Australians favour an overseas adventure to a holiday in their own backyard. However there are some places in Australia that boast a beauty that is found in no other – one of those places is the Red Centre, Northern Territory. And the heart of the Red Centre, all 863 metres of it, is Uluru. Uluru is… Continue reading Why Uluru should top every Aussie’s bucket list
Travelling the world has become a smaller place thanks to the digital age – however it can still be daunting when you are travelling overseas and having to find ways to overcome the language barrier, navigate your way around a strange city or even finding a bed for the night. Dealchecker have put together this neat little infographic… Continue reading Travel Must Haves Apps for your iPhone
It is a small world thanks to the age of digital travel. The way I see it there have been three major improvements to travel due to the digital age…